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WikiJournal of Medicine
Wikipedia-integrated • Public peer review • Libre open access

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The WikiJournal of Medicine is an open access, free-to-publish Wikipedia-integrated journal devoted to medicine and biomedicine. It is part of the larger WikiJournal publishing group. Its function is to put articles through academic peer review for stable, citable versions, whose content can potentially benefit Wikipedia and other Wikimedia projects.


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  5. Longe, Jacqueline L., ed. "Dyslexia". Gale Encyclopedia of Medicine. 3rd ed. Farmington Hills, MI: Gale Group, 2006. ISBN 9781414403687 ("Dyslexia is a learning disorder characterized by problems in processing words into meaningful information. This is most strongly reflected in difficulty in learning to read.")
  6. Moll, Kristina; Göbel, Silke M.; Gooch, Debbie; Landerl, Karin; Snowling, Margaret J. (May 2016). "Cognitive Risk Factors for Specific Learning Disorder: Processing Speed, Temporal Processing, and Working Memory". Journal of Learning Disabilities 49 (3): 272–281. doi:10.1177/0022219414547221. PMID 25124507. https://epub.ub.uni-muenchen.de/43639/1/Moll_Cognitive.pdf. 
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